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Your Brain Is Consistently Changing

The more we experience the world and gather new information, our brains change, expand, and grow new connections – this process is called “brain plasticity.” A person may go through noticeable changes as they age, but not all of it is a sign of concern. There will be cases when symptoms felt by your senior loved ones … Continue reading

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Start the Year Right: Plan Your Plate and Eat Clean

The best eating style for your health – what could it be? Is it vegetarian? Low carb? The Mediterranean? With all the eating styles that are available out there, it’s hard to figure out which one is right for you. Healthy eating is one of the best ways to prevent health problems from developing. And especially for … Continue reading

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Help for the Elderly with Depression

It’s painful to see that your elderly loved one suffers from depression on top of the physical changes that they may be enduring. What’s even worse is the feeling of not knowing what to do to help them. You may rely on a provider of non-medical home care in Poughkeepsie New York for companionship and … Continue reading

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Dementia: How to Attain Successful Communication

Struggling with communication might be one of the most deranging aspects of taking care of someone with dementia. Misunderstanding and getting confused or frustrated is highly possible — making communication even more difficult. Seeking help from a provider of health care in Poughkeepsie New York may be a wise choice, but communicating with your loved … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Hospice Care

Hospice care or end-of-life care provides comfort and assistance to patients who are no longer responsive to medical treatments. These patients are usually expected to live for 6 months or less and are in need of comprehensive support, such as companionship as well as emotional and personal care. Hospice care services no longer carry out … Continue reading

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